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Collaborative Family Law

Collaborative family law, as a process of dispute resolution, is most commonly used in divorce cases. However, the same process can also be used to address other kinds of family law matters.

In addition to divorce, the collaborative family law process can be used to resolve:

                         o  Legal Separation
                         o  Child Custody & Placement
                         o  Division of Property
                         o  Child & Spousal Support
                         o  Non-Marital Relationship Break-up
                         o  Modification of existing Orders

How can I learn more about the collaborative process?

If you are interested in learning more about collaborative family law, please call our office for a free initial consultation.

You can also visit the following sites for more information:

Collaborative Professionals of Northeast Wisconsin >

Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc. >

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals >